Facebook has made its entire index of public posts searchable.
Facebook has announced that, as of today, everyone with the iOS app will have access to content published via Instant Articles.
Yahoo has revealed details about a deal with Google to display the competitor’s search results through 2018.
Google’s new Tech Entrepreneurship Nanodegree online program is designed to help less technical entrepreneur learn how to build mobile and web apps and understand what it takes to design, monetize, prototype, and market app ideas.
Google has removed “OK Google” from the latest version of Chrome for desktop
Over half of the 100 billion searches conducted on Google each month now come from mobile devices
Instagram has launched a new account for sharing business tips and case studies.
Google has formally announced it is no longer recommending a proposal issued in 2009 related to AJAX crawling.
Facebook’s video experience has been designed to more closely resemble YouTube than ever before.
Starting today on the Pinterest app for iOS, place Pins will be able to provide directions to pinned locations via Google Maps.
Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 9, will be capable of using Google to search for in-app content.
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Google has introduced an open-source content delivery platform that promises instantaneous loading of web pages on mobile devices.
Google has begun rolling out a series of algorithmic changes designed to more aggressively target hacked spam.
According to Google’s Gary Illyes, Google Authorship may make a comeback
Google’s voice search is running on a whole new engine that’s able to recognize and anticipate words with a higher rate of accuracy.
Microsoft Office 2016 is now available, and along with it comes a number of useful Bing search integrations.
Google will be forced to expand the European “right to be forgotten” ruling worldwide.
Google is taking issue with site owners who repeatedly violate Google’s Webmaster Guidelines.
Google+ links and reviews are no longer being included in search results, even in searches for specific business names.